Contributing to Child Protection Conference and Core Groups

Course overview

Course Description        

This course explains the purpose and structure of child protection conferences according to statutory guidance and the practitioners role within it under the Signs of Safety Framework. It will enable you to understand your contribution to child protection conference process, your contribution to the decision making and developing a plan to work towards safety for the child. It highlights the main focus of the conference of impact on the child and daily lived experience of the child. The course also describes the responsibilities of multi-agency core group members in reviewing/amending and updating safety plans with families and looks at the contributions of the child’s voice.

It covers written contributions to child protection conferences using the Signs of Safety report     pro-forma and explains your contribution to child protection.

Target Audience

This event is suitable for practitioners and managers who are working with children, young people and their families. It is expected that delegates will have already completed basic safeguarding training.

 

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

* By the end of this course you will be able to:

* Explain the purpose and structure of a child protection conference according to statutory guidance and your role within it under the Signs of Safety Framework

* Have a clear understanding of your written contribution to child protection conferences using the Signs of Safety report pro-forma.

 

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